The Harry Winston Opus Eleven has a central cylinder that falls apart and reassembles it at any hour to tell you the time.
The three cylinders are designed to “deconstruct” the time with the biggest circle that is home to 24 parts that rotate and move every hour on a complex series of gears to show the number that indicates the exact time.
The small circle above shows the minutes, while the small one at the bottom shows the beat of a titanium balance-wheel.
There are only 111 copies being made. The cost? $ 250,000 each.